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I think you're definitely better off with two NSDs, provided that you locate and calibrate them well. To my mind this means locating them equidistant to the MLP because you don't have any hardware to set different distances for your two subs.
There's an extension advantage that the Plus affords over the NSD, but I suspect (and the crew at SVSound have confirmed) that this extension advantage is easily outdone by the frequency response advantage of having two or more subs. Me, I'm about to add a second NSD to my own room; I was considering either a factory return-upgrade or repurposing my NSD to a different room, but the SVSound folks made a credible case that doubling up on NSDs would be a better move.
Once again, I am sorry to take a sledgehammer to so small and fragile a nut. -- Richard Dawkins, The Greatest Show On Earth